The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of nurses in every country of the world. Indeed, due to the very nature of their work, nurses are usually among the first to witness the tragedies caused by this disease. Moreover, they also risk being exposed to infection whenever they treat a patient with the coronavirus. In many cases, nurses lack the appropriate protective equipment, such as PPE equipment . No wonder many of them are experiencing anxiety and emotional distress. Although these feelings are completely natural, nurses need to find ways to keep their spirits up despite the dire situation. Keeping in touch The COVID-19 crisis, particularly in its initial stages,…
https://www.facebook.com/MarkRantal Our hearts and thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends in Aurora, CO. This senseless massacre leaves us all shocked and saddened. May the healing come soon. Hopefully we can eventually glean some insight in to how to prevent such unnecessary tragedy in the future. No one should ever have to fear for their life going to the movies. And neither should we have to have metal detectors everywhere. One thing is for certain, we need more and better mental health care for one thing to help ease the pain of these disturbed individuals who wreak pain and suffering upon the innocent.